Kyoto University SGU
KTGU Mathematics Workshop for Young Researchers

KTGU Mathematics Workshop for Young Researchers

KTGU stands for our “Kyoto Top Global University” Project, and this workshop is aimed to facilitate communications between outstanding young international scholars and the local graduate students / postdocs in Kyoto University.

The one-day workshop will consist of plenary talks followed by invited seminars in divided sessions according to different fields of mathematics. Visitors are also expected to stay in Kyoto University for a week to hold discussions with local researchers.

Hiroshi Kokubu, Ken Abe, Ivan Ip
February 23, 2016
Department of Mathematics, Building no. 3,
Kyoto University (North Campus)

Plenary Speakers: (Period of Stay)
Hiraku Nakajima RIMS, Kyoto University, Japan -
Jamie Mingo Queen’s University, Canada (2/19 - 3/1)
Invited Overseas Visitors
Alexander Ellis University of Oregon, USA (2/22 - 2/28)
Andrew Macpherson IHÉS, France (2/22 - 3/12)
You Qi Yale University, USA (2/20 - 2/27)
Hang Xue Max Planck Institute, Germany (2/21 - 2/28)
Francesca Iezzi University of Warwick, UK (2/14 - 2/27)
Ailsa Keating Columbia University, USA (2/19 - 2/28)
Jing Mao Harbin Institute of Technology, China (2/18 - 2/24)
Tapio Rajala University of Jyväskylä, Finland (2/15 - 2/25)
Hang Wang University of Adelaide, Australia (2/21 - 2/27)
Antonio Auffinger Northwestern University, USA (2/21 - 2/27)
Diego Ayala University of Michigan, USA (2/21 - 3/1)
Stephen Gustafson University of British Columbia, Canada (2/22 - 3/22)

For inquiries please contact Prof. Hiroshi Kokubu at  kokubu (at)

Supported by Kyoto University Top Global Project "Japan Gateway Program".